What's M-Tech

About M-Tech

M-Tech is Japan's largest exhibition gathering all kinds of mechanical parts such as bearings, fasteners, mechanical springs and metal and plastic processing technology. M-Tech attracts a significant number of professionals from design, development, manufacturing, production engineering, procurement and quality control departments, who are looking to buy solutions for their businesses.

Exhibits & Visitors

The show is categorised in 18 special fairs by each product group.

Motion Technology Fair

Exhibit Products / Services

  • Bearings
  • Changers/Reducers
  • Chains
  • Shafts
  • Belts

Visitor Profile

Design & Development Engineers, R&D Personnel, Production Engineers, Manufacturing Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Procurement Managers, Quality Control Professionals and Management Executives in the Manufacturing Industry.


Organised by Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.

Japan's Largest Trade Show Organiser

— organising 142 industry trade exhibitions each year across a wide sphere of industries —
When Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd. was founded in 1986, it was a relatively small and unknown company. Through continually striving to create trade exhibitions that generate business for the exhibitors and visitors alike, the company has in 2003 become the largest trade show organiser in Japan.

As of 2015, Reed Exhibitions Japan organises 142 trade shows a year at large exhibition halls such as Tokyo Big Sight, Makuhari Messe and Intex Osaka across a wide variety of industries including jewellery, optical eyewear, publishing, electronics, energy, information technology, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.

Please visit the Reed Exhibitions Japan website for details of 142 trade shows annually organised by Reed Exhibitions Japan.

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